Veterinary Nurse & Pet Health Counsellor
Laura was born in Cambridgeshire, where she gained a level 3 diploma in Veterinary Nursing from the College of West Anglia. She moved to Suffolk in 2015 and worked in a different practise for a year whilst finishing her training. In 2016 she decided to join the Vets4Pets family.
What made you want to be a veterinary nurse?
I’d always wanted to help animals, but I’ve also always been interested in anatomy and biology; being a Veterinary Nurse allows me to combine the two.
If you could be an animal for a day, what would it be and why?
Probably a lion, because they get to laze around a lot but also get to do lots of exciting things too.
What is your favourite thing about being a vet?
I like that my day is varied and different each time. I also love all the puppies that come in for their vaccinations.
What pets do you have?
I have a very well behaved Rodesian Ridgeback girly called Zabi, and a completely mad German Pointer puppy called Mika.
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself.
I like to stay active and I completed in a cross-fit competition last year.